No illegal housing scheme in Capital: Tariq Fazal


Minister of State Capital Administration & Development Division Tariq Fazal Chaudhary on Friday told the National Assembly that currently there are no ill-legal societies in the capital, even the rural area lands were legally transferred by the registry process.

Replying to a question, he said that societies which had been established for many years now would be legalized through legal process and that CDA with the help of NAB will take action against those found involved in any ill-legal development of new societies.

He said that the owners of land in the capital were being paid and their problems were also being resolved. Replying to a question he informed the NA that there were two Toll Plaza established in at the entrance of Islamabad, Golra Morr and Rawat, which had been closed in 2013 by PML-N to relief the people.

The toll plaza of Bhara Kahu isn’t working under the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) as it is established at Muree entrance.

Talking about the extension project of poly clinic hospital he told the assembly that ministry of CA&DD had transferred all funds, allocated for the project to CDA for its early completion.

He said that there were many other problems existing in the PIMS and Poly Clinic hospital like  taxi stand encroachment, lack of waiting rooms for patients and attendants, which would soon be resolved.

He informed the national assembly that, “I have visited both of these hospitals and observed many weaknesses including lack of arrangements for cleanliness and the most dangerous of all, the re-collecting of used needles and injection syringes.”.

He said “I have changed the old management of PIMS hospital. New heads have taken over the charge since Friday”.

Bio-metric system has been installed to ensure the attendance of the doctors in both hospitals. Tariq Fazal wows to make the capitals hospitals modernized very soon.

Replying another question he said that through the PMs Education Transformation Programme, all public educational institutions of the capital were being made exemplary by providing modern education and with latest security measures.

He rejected the fake news published in the newspapers that montessori classes of the capital public schools were being transferred to private sector. He said that private sectors schools will only train the staff of newly classes as a educational duty.